Haliotis tuberculata

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Noun1.Haliotis tuberculata - an abalone found near the Channel IslandsHaliotis tuberculata - an abalone found near the Channel Islands
abalone, ear-shell - any of various large edible marine gastropods of the genus Haliotis having an ear-shaped shell with pearly interior
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First development of various vegetable-based diets and their suitability for abalone Haliotis tuberculata coccinea Reeve.
1) Partial hemocyanin gene exons 1-15 (H2) HmNS58D Haliotis tuberculata 3.
The impacts of handling and air exposure on immune parameters, gene expression, and susceptibility to vibriosis of European abalone Haliotis tuberculata.
Also, for Haliotis tuberculata coccinea obtained optimal growth rates with a mixture of red seaweeds, and this study give more emphasis in protein and carbohydrate components for obtain optimal growth (Fermin & Mae-Buen, 2002; Vieira et al.
The development of Haliotis tuberculata with special reference to the organogenesis during torsion.
Crofts' explanation [4, 5] of the mechanism initiating developmental rotation in the trochid gastropod Calliostoma zizyphinum, the abalone Haliotis tuberculata, and the patellid limpet Patella vulgata involved contraction of a larval retractor muscle and assumed that the larval shell on which the muscle is inserted is calcified or at least rigid.
1995a) found that two species of abalone, Haliotis tuberculata and Haliotis discus hannai, have a great capacity to use carbohydrates for energy and perhaps for other nutritional purposes.
Studies by Crofts (1937, 1955) on muscle morphogenesis in Haliotis tuberculata and several other archaeogastropods have been particularly influential.
Biological and ecological studies on the propagation of the ormer, Haliotis tuberculata (Linnaeus).
The reported size of the fertilized egg for other Haliotis species was 230 [micro]m in Haliotis discus, 280 [micro]m in Haliotis sieboldii, 270 [micro]m in Haliotis gigantea (Ino 1952), 230 [micro]m in Haliotis iris (Harrison & Grant 1971), 200 [micro]m in Haliotis sorensini (Leighton 1972), and 205[micro]pm Haliotis tuberculata (Courtois de Vicose et al.
The main farmed species are Haliotis discus hannai, Haliotis discus discus, Haliotis midae, Haliotis rufescens, Haliotis rubra, and Haliotis tuberculata.